Our current healthcare system is rapidly moving from a fragmented fee-for-service system that focuses on sickness toward a risk-based, capitated population health system that revolves around optimizing health. This drastic change requires new subpopulation business models and infrastructure to support it. Expert faculty will present case studies that show various ways in which organizations are making the necessary changes to move into a capitated population health environment. In addition, the faculty will share how to engage and align with physicians and key stakeholders to improve the health, experience and per capita cost of defined subpopulations.
- Identify the key components of a population health program and the essential steps to build it.
- Use best practice strategies to successfully engage and align with physicians.
- Examine the process organizations use to craft a business plan that transitions from fee for service to risk-based capitation.
Seminar leaders Jonathan H. Burroughs, MD, FACHE, president and CEO, The Burroughs Healthcare Consulting Network, Inc., Glen, N.H., and Drew Harris, DPM, director, health policy and population health programs, Thomas Jefferson University School of Population Health, Philadelphia, will provide an overview of the political and operational infrastructure necessary to build a population health program.
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Dates and Location
San Jan, PR
Jun 17 – 20, 2019
Oct 14 – 17, 2019
ACHE members: $1,565.00
Who Should Attend
- CEOs, CMOs, CNOs, COOs, CFOs, and other senior-level healthcare executives